I am clueless about it because I don't have a little girl in my house anymore, so I don't really know much about the recent movie “Frozen” except that it was very popular. Parents of a child under 9 will be more familiar with the lyrics and the story line. A main character in the movie was the princess and as you would expect, the Disney artists made her gown magnificent and I've had a lot of requests about whether we could design a project to make something similar.
While I didn't see the movie, I am certainly still familiar with having “princess” in the house and I know how much little girls love the idea of princess costumes. My daughter, who is now fifteen, used to parade herself around day and night in a tutu. On “bad” or extreme princess days the regalia would include wings, tiara, light up sneakers, jeans, hand bag (with pink fur trim), sparkling jacket, and sword. It was a bizarre cross between Tinkerbell and Joan-of-Arc. I say Tinkerbell, because my girl was tiny, born 9 weeks premature. She was the size of a little doll and people often asked, should she really be doing that?
Little girls often want to feel like princesses and I always got true enjoyment of watching my girl wearing a costume I have made. For moms or grandmothers with similar requirements, here's is an easy one. I have lined it because the netting could become itchy around the armhole. It is necessary to use very soft nylon netting or tulle.
Want to learn how to add the bling to this princess dress? Follow this tutorial http://so-sew-easy.com/adding-bling-with-fabric-stencils/
- Sparkle tulle in ivory 1 to 2 yards
- Sparkle tulle in turquoise 2 to 4 yards
- Satin in blue and white 2 to 4 yards
- One (1) invisible zipper 13 to 15″
- Invisible zipper foot
- Satin bias tape in ivory
- Sequin check fabric 1/2″ yards
See next page for pattern download.